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Study Support in Extra Time in the United Kingdom

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  • Roy Sowden

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In spring 1999, the United Kingdom launched a major initiative that will extend the use of school buildings. Good schools in both public and private sectors have always engaged in recreational and learning activities outside normal school hours. The government has now decided to invest 200 million pounds of National Lottery money to enable schools in deprived and underachieving areas to develop or expand such initiatives.

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  • Roy Sowden, 1999. "Study Support in Extra Time in the United Kingdom," PEB Exchange, Programme on Educational Building 1999/11, OECD Publishing.
  • Handle: RePEc:oec:eduaaa:1999/11-en
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    out-of-school learning; United Kingdom;

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